We already wrote about Ray Dolby’s legacy to cinema, but his contributions were so great that we felt he deserved another story — one in his own words.
Below, we have compiled some excerpts from filmed interviews with Ray Dolby from the Archive of American Television, a project of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation.
On the first time he saw a tape recorder:
On developing an electronic system for synchronizing audio:
On the Dolby logo and the people who doubted him:
On developing accuracy in sound recording:
Watch his full interview here.